A rustic dish which pairs the bitter flavour of chicory with the sweetness of broad beans.
Ingredients for 4 portions
- Shelled dried broad beans 300 g
- Chicory 600 g
- White onion 1
- Extra virgin olive oil 4 tbsp (40 g)
- Salt to taste
Boil the broad beans with a sliced onion for about 30 minutes. The beans will disintegrate into a purée as they cook.
Wash the soil from the chicory and separate the leaves.
Rinse the leaves and soak them for 10-15 minutes in cold water so that any leftover soil sinks to the bottom.
Once the chicory is clean, cook it in salted water for ten minutes until your preferred consistency.
Once both beans and chicory are ready, mix them.
Add a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil to serve.
If you prefer, you can keep the beans and chicory separate, cooking the chicory alone at the last stage.
0.128kg CO2 equivalent i
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